Cleaning your vehicle is either a chore you love or hate. The older I get the more I hate it. I remember as a teen thou, had to have “baby” looking sharp! Cleaning products can get expensive and there seems to be one for each thing or spot you want cleaned. Have you ever tried baking soda?
Here’s a few DIY Hacks for your car with Baking Soda:
Floor Mats; Remove Stains and Smells
- Rub baking soda onto the car floor mats.
- Mix baking soda with water and laundry soap. Gently use scrub brush with solution. Rise & dry.
- Eliminate smells in carpet by sprinkling a thin layer of baking soda, leave for about 1/2 hour and vacuum up.
Upholstery; (Vinyl seats only)
- Make a paste with baking soda and water 1:1. Gently rub the paste into the seat with a clean cloth or damp sponge.
- Wipe with a dry towel.
Wheels and Rims;
- Make a paste with a 3:1 ratio of baking soda & water.
- Apply the paste to the wheels and rims and leave for a few minutes.
- Scrub the paste into the wheels and rims with a sponge or soft brush. Rinse and Repeat if necessary.
Seat Belt; Remove Dirt & Grime
- Make a paste with a 1:1 ratio of baking soda & water.
- Using a soft brush, scrub the belt with the solution. Repeat if necessary.
- Wipe with damp cloth to remove any residue and remove excess water with a dry towel.